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  • Anouk Lorie 1:06 pm on July 14, 2014 Permalink
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    Apple Wins Emblaze Live Streaming Video Patent Lawsuit 

    emblazeJuly 14, 2014 | Apple won the patent trial against Israeli company Emblaze, finding that the former did not infringe the latter’s patent on live streaming video. Emblaze asserted in the case that Apple had forced major organizations and companies, like Major League Baseball, to adopt a live streaming video platform that infringed the company’s patent. The judge presiding over the case in San Jose, California found Apple not guilty of patent infringement following Apple lawyer Mark Fowler’s argument that Emblaze is a failed company going after Apple because of its success. Emblaze Group was founded in 1993 in Israel as a software company developing computer-based training, which today focuses its efforts on expanding live video streaming platforms.

  • Anouk Lorie 12:38 pm on July 2, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Israeli Company Emblaze Begins Patent Infringement Trial Against Apple 

    emblazeJuly 2, 2014 | Israeli tech and IT company Emblaze has sued Apple over patent infringement for the use of the company’s platform for delivering live-streaming video over wireless networks. The trial began on Monday in a California Federal Court with U.S. District Judge Paul S. Grewal presiding. Emblaze’s case of patent infringement was limited to seven video-streaming services, including Major League Baseball’s “At Bat” and WatchESPN, which the company asserts are platforms based on their technoogy. Emblaze was issued a US patent in 2002 covering a certain process for delivering live-streaming video via wireless networks without interruption. Apple, however, only began working on a similar HTTP live-streaming platform around 2007, demanding that services like “At Bat” use Apple’s platform, therefore infringing Emblaze’s patent. Emblaze is an Israeli company founded in 1994 and is the maker of the advanced “Else” smartphone.

  • NoCamels Team 12:10 pm on October 7, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , apple, cue, daniel gross, personal assistant, y combinator   

    Apple Acquires Cue For $40M 

    Apple Acquires Cue For $40MOctober 7, 2013 |┬áIsraeli startup Cue, which developed a personal-assistant app, has been acquired by international technology giant Apple. Several sources estimate that the price tag for Cue was between $40 million and $60 million. Cue was founded by Israeli “Whiz-Kid” Daniel Gross, who at the age of 19, was accepted to the prestigious Y Combinator program.

  • NoCamels Team 1:17 pm on August 15, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Shut-Down Company Matcha.tv Picked Up By Apple For $10M 

    Shut-Down Company Matcha.tv Picked Up By Apple For $10MIsraeli 2nd-screen app developer Matcha.tv was reportedly acquired by international technology giant Apple. Though Apple officially says that it paid $1.5 million for the Israeli company, VentureBeat reports that the sum might be considerably higher than that, up to $10 million.

  • NoCamels Team 11:30 am on July 16, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Apple In Talks To Acquire PrimeSense For $280M 

    Apple In Talks To Acquire PrimeSense For $280MInternational electronics giant Apple is in acquisition talks with Israeli gesture recognition company PrimSense. Calcalist reports that the negotiations started after an approach was made by Apple to purchase some of PrimeSense’s products, which later matured into acquisition talks.

    PrimeSense is best known for being the brain behind Microsoft’s Kinect. It was reported that Sony also made a bid to acquire the Israeli company. Apple’s offer is estimated at $280 million.

  • NoCamels Team 11:41 am on July 1, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Primesense In Acquisition Talks For $300M 

    Primesense In Acquisition Talks For $300MIsraeli motion sensor company Primesense, which is most notably remembered for being the core technology behind Microsoft’s Kinect is for sale. Calcalist reports that the Israeli company is in talks with potential buyers such as Sony and Apple, with a price tag of $300 million.

    The price is considered relatively low, considering the fact that the company has raised $85 million to date.

  • NoCamels Team 4:48 pm on June 5, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: amal, apple, , , hadera   

    Apple To Set Up Development Center In Israeli High School 

    Apple To Set Up Development Center In Israeli High SchoolInternational electronics giant Apple will inaugurate a development center in a high school in the Israeli town of Hadera. Globes reports that the entrepreneurship development center, a first of its kind, will open at the interdisciplinary arts and sciences Amal High School in Hadera next week.

    The center was established in collaboration with the Israeli Ministry of Education. The outstanding students selected for the development project will learn application development and marketing.

  • NoCamels Team 7:04 pm on March 5, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Apple Considering Opening Tel Aviv Offices 

    Apple Considering Opening Tel Aviv OfficesTechnology giant Apple is considering opening offices at a second location in Israel. After launching their Haifa offices last year, Calcalist reports that the company is looking into renting office-space at Tel Aviv’s Azrielli towers.

  • NoCamels Team 3:07 pm on February 18, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: apple, campaign, cooking app, ipad mini, kinetic art, look & cook   

    Apple Features Kinetic Art’s ‘Look & Cook’ On IPad Mini Campaign 

    Apple Features Kinetic Art's 'Look & Cook' On IPad Mini CampaignIsraeli cooking app Look & Cook, which was developed by Kinetic Art, was selected as one of only a handful of apps featured on Apple’s new iPad Mini campaign. The app features 44 recipes by Israeli chef Meir Adoni, with easy to follow step-by-step video instructions. The app utilizes voice recognition to enable the user to scroll through the recipe without touching the iPad.

  • NoCamels Team 12:56 pm on February 11, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: apple, develpoment center, , texas instruments   

    Apple Opens Development Center In Ra’anana 

    Apple Opens Development Center In Ra'ananaElectronics giant Apple is opening a new development center in the town of Ra’anana. The new center, located in the town’s industrial zone, will be the third one opened by the company in Israel, joining the ones in Haifa and Herzliya. The center will employ 100 to 150 workers, all of which were recently laid-off from Texas Instruments’ development center.

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